Korean Restaurants in Malaysia – 274 Restaurants
isaactan posted www.isaactan.net 290 Reviews
If you are a big eater, and have a penchant for good thick slabs of beef, then go for Bulgogi Brothers' Unyang Burger, a burger piled high with meat. A hefty delight of home-made premium beef patty, layered with American cheese, beef brisket in savoury sauce and garnished with crispy shredded potato sandwiched in a toasted charcoal bun, the Unyang Burger do offer a rather unique and nice combination of flavours.
Daorae serves a wide variety of Korean dishes. Daorae operates by the motto ‘the customers is always right’, thus their main objective is to provide good services to their customers.
Daorae is a fairly good Korean restaurant franchise, where customers sit on the wooden floor-like with holes in it, the free to refill side dishes, and of cause the expensive and delicious BBQ meat. The service is quick and friendly, and it is not too crowded.
relishbyrae posted relishbyrae.blogspot.com 14 ReviewsExceptional
The sliced chicken was tender, the cabbage was cooked to slightly softer and the rice cake was just so yummy. And we were glad we ordered the udon as the 2 portion of Dak Galbi seem slightly small for a couple. So, if you were to go in a group of men, you might want to order slightly more depending on your appetite. You do feel like having fried kuey tiao at some point but the secret recipe of the sauce has made the taste somewhat more delicious. It does not taste even close to Kimchi as it is not sour, but something you should really give it a try.
They serve authentic korean dishes…Daorae serves high quality food with simple, relax environment…The other good thing about Korean restaurant is the unlimited refill of Ban-Chan (small dishes served along with meal). The most popular and common small dishes is Kimchi.
Visited this branch on 2nd Mar 2014. Found a plastic wrapper debris in my side dish. So I asked for manager, but the waiter refused and took the side dish away and just changed a new one for me, without any apologies.
Namoo means 'tree' in korean, it brings us warm,comfortable and natural feeling. In the pasts, Korean dessert only served to the KING, but now Namoo is here to introduce you what is the korean dessert .
cecilia_qianqian posted misscawaii.blogspot.com 56 ReviewsSuperb
I like the potato cake! I really fall in love to it! Of course the pasta they are serving really nice too. Should go for it!
jkdrooling posted jkdrooling.blogspot.com 199 ReviewsGood
San Nae Deul is non-halal with meaty assortments of pork, chicken and beef, all available either in BBQ or non-BBQ styles. The rest of the menu is also extensively filled with Korean delicacies such as jiggae, fried rice, soups, and many more. The marinated chicken slices were served raw for barbecuing on the table itself. The marination was sufficient and flavourful, satisfactorily good when wrapped in lettuce with the Korean sauce. The grilling hot pan is imported from Korea to provide intense heat and immediate cooking. Plus, it doesn't emit much smoke hence it doesn't require any exhaust pipe protruding from the ceiling (which very often seems to take up ample of space and pretty annoying) for ventilation purposes. It is advisable that grilling be done with care and it doesn't take more than a couple of minutes for your meat to reach its optimum cookedness so over-grilling will cause parts of your meat to be charred. If you aren't confident of barbecuing yourselves, seek assistance from San Nae Deul's team of servers who are very adept at grilling for you.